hardware cloth

hardware cloth

Steel wire-woven screening; usually has a mesh ? to ¾ in. (3.18 to 9.53 mm); commonly galvanized.
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I use a piece of tin foil to block the wind and smother the flame, and a small piece of hardware cloth to hold up my cup/cooking pot.
If rabbits or voles have been a problem, use quarter-inch mesh hardware cloth (wire), and form cylinders of the wire around tree stems.
Ensure attic and foundation vents are equipped with tight-fitting 1/4 inch hardware cloth.
Cut the top end out of the barrel, leaving about a 2 inch lip all the way around to support for our hardware cloth floor.
Hardware cloth is ideal for creating the basic structure of walls and planters, similar to the rebar used in concrete work or the two-by-fours used when framing a house.
The hole can be covered with hardware cloth and then sprayed with insulation foam.
cut hardware cloth to fit inside door openings, sprayed hardware doth with gold paint, and after drying, stapled it into place
Put them in a simple cylinder-type feeder made from hardware cloth with a lid and a tray," she says.
The moth balls should be wrapped in metal screening or fine mesh hardware cloth and affixed firmly to your tree.
One 4- by 10-foot roll of 1/4-inch-mesh hardware cloth ($15)
Use hardware cloth, steel wool, concrete or aerosol can foam to seal holes and openings leading in from the outside.
A shopping list will include a plastic or metal container large enough to hold the gun, a rubber squeeze bulb, a piece of hardware cloth * to fit the bottom of the container and a gallon of Mineral Spirits, a.
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